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What Type of Window Blinds Is Easiest to Clean?

No matter how clean you keep your home, dust is inevitable, and it’s bound to collect on your wooden blinds. Pulling out the dust every day to keep your window blinds looking their best isn’t realistic for most homeowners, so it’s important to choose a blinds that repulse dust and is easy to clean.

The Best blinds Treatments

When looking for easy-maintenance window treatments, you’ll want to select an option that’s not only easy to clean but that also figt off dust, as this will help the Made to Measure blinds stay clean for longer. Some of the best options include:

Vertical Blinds 

Because they hang vertically, these blinds give dust and dirt very fast. Vertical blinds are also unusually easy to clean—simply run a damp cloth over each slat, moving from the top down.

Roller blinds are made from one continuous piece of fabric, which creates a flat surface that doesn’t have any pleats or folds for dust to accumulate in. Plus, most high-quality roller blinds are made from tough materials that can remain the force of a vacuum, allowing for quick and easy cleaning.

Faux-Wood Blinds

Unlike natural wooden blinds that have porous surfaces, faux-wood blinds are made from composite materials that create a nice smooth surface. This allows you to easily wipe dust and grime from the slats without having to worry about damaging the material or digging into nooks and crannies.  

Consult an Expert

First blinds offers a wide selection of highly durable and easy-to-clean Made to measure blinds and would love to help you find the perfect fit for your home. So if you think your windows are where you want to add an accent of colour to your home, why not try with a made to measure blinds. You can view all our blinds here.

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